Cerner Open Source

At Cerner, we open source. Open source software is an integral part of our software and is crucial to running and operating our applications and services globally. Our engineers contribute to open source projects and Cerner is proud to provide financial support to organizations like the Apache Software Foundation. Here are some of our own projects that we’ve released as open source.

Scrimp

Scrimp

This is a tool for testing Thrift services via a web browser (analogous to how you might test web services using a browser-based REST client). Given the IDL files for the services, it provides a UI to help construct requests, invoke services, and display formatted responses. Learn More…

GC Stats

GC Stats

gc_stats is a Ruby gem for Rails applications that collects and logs garbage collection statistics during each request. GC statistics are only logged if a GC event is detected. This allows you to track and analyze the GC characteristics of your Rails application. Learn More…

Canadarm

Canadarm

Canadarm makes JavaScript logging easy and seamless, helping you figure out what went wrong with your scripts. Named for the Canadarm we hope this too helps you piece together log information to figure out what went wrong with your scripts. Learn More…